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Rob Fzs
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PostPosted: 10:12 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: sending license off to the dvla.. Reply with quote

i passed my bike test,but need it adding to my photo card

i kept the card to send a note to say to keep the tractor entitlement on it instead of the examiner taking it

so the process is you send off the pass certificate/old card and get a new card,but no pass certificate back (even though they've been notified by the dsa) :S

what should i do as i don't fancy sending off my certificate as for a fact i know they will fuck it up?
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PostPosted: 10:17 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Re: sending license off to the dvla.. Reply with quote

rob yarrr wrote:
i passed my bike test...


Surprised

I would have let the examiner send the licence off, so that way the licence goes to the DVLA, but you get to keep your pass certificate.
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PostPosted: 10:19 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another way could be a "certified copy"

Where you photocopy the originals and get a solicitor office or something to certify that it is a certified copy of the original...
Send the copy to DVLA and keep original
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PostPosted: 10:21 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

phonesurgeon wrote:
Another way could be a "certified copy"

Where you photocopy the originals and get a solicitor office or something to certify that it is a certified copy of the original...
Send the copy to DVLA and keep original


i asked the monkey on the phone this and he said it wouldn't do

thinking back chives i should have,if they actually did the job properly i wouldn't have to worry about all this Sad
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PostPosted: 10:42 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

phonesurgeon wrote:
Another way could be a "certified copy"

Where you photocopy the originals and get a solicitor office or something to certify that it is a certified copy of the original...
Send the copy to DVLA and keep original


That doesn't work. The best way to proceed would be to write to the DVLA asking them to confirm the categories currently on your license. Then, apply for the license and if it doesn't come back with the right categories refer them to the letter they sent you.
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PostPosted: 11:12 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just hang on to your current license - isn't there a [ ] Lost box that you can tick? I have three or four old "lost" copies lying around now, waiting to be "found" if necessary.

Or you have a local DVLA office, you can get in line between the woman person in a burqa, and the chap trying to convert a Bangladeshi provisional train guard license into full UK car entitlement, and explain your concern at the counter, see if there's anything they'll do for you there and then.

I'm thinking that Computer Will Say No, but it might be worth a try, and you're right to be cautious.
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PostPosted: 11:34 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just to add to this, tractor entitlement dissapeared off my licence when I passed my bike test... can I still drive one or do I have to apply for it to be added again?
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PostPosted: 19:31 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

Got my licence back today with a lovely big fat A entitlement on the back...



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PostPosted: 19:37 - 16 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

truslack wrote:
Just to add to this, tractor entitlement dissapeared off my licence when I passed my bike test... can I still drive one or do I have to apply for it to be added again?


I think you can drive one but it isn't on your license. If you ever got pulled in a tractor and they checked it out, they would probably just say get it renewed with tractor on it.
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PostPosted: 18:11 - 22 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

well they failed at failing

today i received a new photo card and paper counterpart without even sending them anything

has all the right categories on heh
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PostPosted: 02:21 - 23 Jun 2011    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had a lot of issues with my dad and the DVLA, my photocard needs renewing next year so not looking forward to the stree of "are they going to do it properly"

My dad is a HGV driver and had his licence suspended for a year due to a medical condition. In reality this has taken almost 18 months to get sorted out as the DVLA decision maker who isnt a qualified doctor was arguing with my dads consultant about it all. This was sorted 2 months ago now and he had his licence sent back with a letter saying its all sorted.
Hes back driving now but his photocard expires at the end of next month so he sent off for a renewal and as it didnt turn up after two weeks he rang them and was told they wont send it back because hes on a one year suspension so cant have it back yet its going through medical who will contact his consultant ect............... Rolling Eyes

How easy is it to sue DVLA for loss of earnings when they piss about with the licences of professional drivers?
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